Some players just have an innate presence about them. It’s not a spoken presence. It’s not a presence that manifests itself in rallying cries and crunching slide tackles. It’s more difficult to explain than that.
Marcos Senna has that presence. And it was central to the New York Cosmos’ NASL championship-winning, inaugural season. He’s not just the best player on Gio Savarese’s team – he’s the centerpiece. Everything at the club revolves, in some way, around the Brazilian-born midfielder, who has just signed a contract extension with the Cosmos until July 2015.
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